Spanish A Level 3
Languages, Literature and Culture
We are only accepting one application per candidate.
What will you be working towards?
||GCE A/AS Level or Equivalent
AQA 7692 SPECIFICATION (www.aqa.org.uk
This course continues to develop the four language skills (listening, reading, writing and speaking) which were practised at GCSE level. However, students at A-Level will relish the opportunity to express themselves more fluently in speech and writing as opposed to learning large chunks of language off by heart.
Students will study a Spanish film and a book in depth and will also look at a range of topics, relating to Spain, including Spanish regional differences, Spanish youth and monarchies and dictatorship in the Spanish speaking world.
The study of Grammar continues, although students will find that a large portion of the grammar required will already have been introduced at GCSE level. The key difference is that now students will want to use grammar to create new language to facilitate self-expression.
How will it be delivered?
ASSESSMENT OF THIS COURSE:
Paper 1 – Listening, reading and writing. Includes listening, reading and translation exercises. (40%)
Paper 2 – Writing. Questions to answer based on our chosen film and book. (30%)
Paper 3 – Speaking. A discussion of a topic we have studied this year as well as an individual research project, presented and discussed. (30%)
Students must have studied GCSE Spanish and preferably achieved grade 6 or better.
Your next steps...
Any career would be enhanced with a Modern Foreign Language. The following are examples where a language could be directly related to a career field:
Banking, accountancy, sales and marketing, law, translation and interpreting, teaching, food and drink, work with any international organisation, work with any company with international ties.